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Old 03-02-2009, 05:27 PM
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Offense
QB:Anthony Boone, 6-0, 232, Charlotte (N.C.) Weddington
Results: 4.71 shuttle, 32' PB, 25.6" VJ.
Breakdown: Not a testing freak, but Duke commit looks the part of QB.

RB:Mustafa Greene, 5-11, 188, Columbia (S.C.) Irmo
Results: 4.77 40, 4.41 shuttle, 30' PB, 30.4" VJ, 72.03 SPARQ.
Breakdown: The consensus No. 2 RB prospect in South Carolina behind Marcus Lattimore put up solid numbers on the slow turf Sunday.

RB:Nigel Johnson, 5-8, 180, Charlotte (N.C.) West Charlotte
Results: 4.81 40, 4.07 shuttle, 45' PB, 39.5" VJ, 121.08 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Top SPARQ Rating deserves recognition, but Johnson will have to get it done on the field as well to get the serious looks.

RB:Emmanuel Ochotukpo, 5-10, 177, Fairfax (S.C.) Allendale-Fairfax
Results: 4.77 40, 3.96 shuttle, 40' PB, 35.2" VJ, 113.55 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Might not be as well-known as others in the region or even on his team, but could be a sleeper prospect.

WR:Calvin Hunter (Class of 2011), 5-10, 158, Charlotte (N.C.) Vance
Results: 4.56 40, 4.10 shuttle, 30' PB, 31.8" VJ, 87.42 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Rising junior tested through the roof on the 40 and shuttle and was an all-conference player as a sophomore last year.

WR:Raphael Ratliff, 5-9, 158, Rock Hill (S.C.) South Pointe
Results: 4.47 40, 4.66 shuttle, 31'6" PB, 31.5" VJ, 75.99 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Event's fastest man can absolutely fly and would've had even bigger day without hamstring tweak on second 40.

OL:Micah Blakely, 6-1, 259, Hampton (Va.) Phoebus
Results: 5.23 40, 4.98 shuttle, 32'6" PB, 26.3" VJ, 61.68 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Lacks ideal height, but was part of roadgrader line at powerhouse Phoebus.

OL:Lawrence Dixon, 6-5, 282, Fayetteville (N.C.) Douglas Byrd
Results: 5.66 50, 5.00 shuttle, 18.8" VJ.
Breakdown: Great frame and will only improve as he continues to learn the game.

OLaven Gray, 6-3, 331, Kernersville (N.C.) Glenn
Results: 5.60 40, 5.01 shuttle, 37' PB, 19.9" VJ, 70.29 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Big guard could shed a few pounds, but moves very well for his size.

OL:Jacob McQueen, 6-4, 237, Rock Hill (N.C.) South Pointe
Results: 4.69 shuttle, 36'6" PB, 26.3" VJ.
Breakdown: Has good frame and athleticism and was all-area pick for state champs a year ago.

OL:Greg Ray, 6-3, 277, Pearisburg (Va.) Giles
Results: 5.40 40, 4.97 shuttle, 32'6" PB, 24.1" VJ, 59.85 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Small-school all-stater from Virginia had solid efforts in all four tests.

ATH:Shon Carson (Class of 2011), 5-8, 185, Lake City (S.C.)
Results: 4.67 40, 4.82 shuttle, 34'6" PB, 33.0" VJ, 77.34 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Class of ‘11 prospect already has verbal offers from Clemson, South Carolina and Kentucky.

ATH:Reggie Wilkins, 5-9, 161, Shelby (N.C.) Crest
Results: 4.64 40, 5.01 shuttle, 32' PB, 33.1" VJ, 66.57 SPARQ.
Breakdown: SPARQ Rating low with falls on shuttle, but was excellent otherwise and holds NC State offer.
Defense
DL:Farrington Huguenin, 6-4, 226, Columbia (S.C.) Dreher
Results: 4.90 40, 4.27 shuttle, 39' PB, 31.6" VJ, 99.27 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Very athletic combo DE/TE who had one of the combine's most impressive showings.

DL:Roland Johnson, 6-0, 245, Camden (S.C.)
Results: 5.16 40, 4.79 shuttle, 47' PB, 28.7" VJ, 87.03 SPARQ.
Breakdown: D-tackle has good size and athleticism combo.

DL:Darius Kilgo, 6-4, 314, Matthews (N.C.) Weddington
Results: 5.50 40, 5.55 shuttle, 33'6" PB, 22.4" VJ, 61.08 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Massive D-tackle with Illinois offer was perhaps the most physically-imposing prospect at event.

DLeShawn Williams (Class of 2011), 6-0, 290, Central (S.C.) D.W. Daniel
Results: 5.39 40, 4.66 shuttle, 42' PB, 25.8" VJ, 916 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Probably the top ‘11 prospect in attendance and has really set himself up to be a national recruit next year.

DLavis Tull, 6-2, 203, Knoxville (Tenn.) Bearden
Results: 4.99 40, 4.41 shuttle, 41' PB, 38.2" VJ, 105.45 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Athlete had six sacks a year ago and a second-straight impressive Nike Combine showing; posted SPARQ Rating of 92.82 at Mobile the week before.

LB:Josh Barbour, 6-1, 217, Four Oaks (N.C.) South Johnston
Results: 4.82 40, 4.66 shuttle, 41' PB, 33.5" VJ, 98.19 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Jumped on the radar with big day Sunday and needs to stay there.

LB:Christian Russell (Class of 2011), 5-11, 205, Fayetteville (N.C.) Westover
Results: 4.95 40, 4.42 shuttle, 41' PB, 28.7" VJ, 90.87 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Totaled 120 tackles to earn all-region honors last year as a sophomore.

DB:Victor Hampton, 5-9, 167, Charlotte (N.C.) Independence
Results: 4.71 40, 4.20 shuttle, 40' PB, 32.5" VJ, 99.33 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Top talent on state's top program, he already holds offers already from Georgia, Florida, Tennessee and many more.

DB:Bashaud Breeland, 5-11, 170, Fairfax (S.C.) Allendale-Fairfax
Results: 4.69 40, 4.13 shuttle, 27' PB, 29.9" VJ, 76.02 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Versatile safety has early offers from Clemson, South Carolina and Wake Forest.

DB:Sheldon Robinson, 5-8, 164, Lake City (S.C.)
Results: 4.65 40, 4.84 shuttle, 30' PB, 40.0" VJ, 75.69 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Slipped like many in the shuttle, but had combine's top vertical and a good 40 time.

DB:Jerrell Priester, 5-8, 163, Fairfax (S.C.) Allendale-Fairfax
Results: 4.50 40, 4.08 shuttle, 38' PB, 33.2" VJ, 108.66 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Productive running back, but he has skills as a defensive back as well which could intrigue college coaches.

ATH:Darius Lipford, 6-2, 201, Lenoir (N.C.) Hibriten
Result: 4.95 40, 4.65 shuttle, 37'6" PB, 34" VJ, 82.08 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Talented Duke commit could end up at tight end, linebacker or wideout.

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Old 03-02-2009, 05:36 PM
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Mobile All-Nike Combine Team

Offense
QB: Munchie Legaux, 6-foot-4, 180 pounds, New Orleans (La.) Edna Karr
Results
: 4.72 40, 3.95 shuttle, 30'6" PB, 29.1" VJ, 88.68 SPARQ.
Breakdown: He passed for nearly 2,000 yards and 22 TDs as a junior and showed great athletic ability at combine.

RB: James Gillum, 5-10, 173, Pearl River (La.)
Results
: 4.49 40, 4.38 shuttle, 28' PB, 32.4" VJ, 80.58 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Tested well despite minor injury. He was a Class 4A all-state pick last fall, rushing for over 1,400 yards.

RB: Greg Hudson, 5-9.5, 191, Monroe (La.) Richwood Results: 4.69 40, 4.05 shuttle, 39' PB, 36.3" VJ, 114.57 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Ran for 720 yards on just 88 carries as junior and looks primed for big senior year.

RB: Jamal Woodyard, 5-8.5, 188, Fairhope (Ala.)
Results
: 4.60 40, 4.25 shuttle, 36'6" PB, 29.1" VJ, 93.96 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Class 6A all-state pick last fall after rushing for over 1,400 yards and 17 TDs

WR: Sammie Coates (Class of '11), 6-1.5, 161, Leroy (Ala.)
Results
: 4.68 40, 4.54 shuttle, 41' PB, 34.9" VJ, 96.54 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Rising junior was a two-way playmaker for Alabama 2A state champs last fall

WR: Nolen Smith, 6-2.5, 181, Oneonta (Ala.)
Results
: 4.85 40, 4.23 shuttle, 37' PB, 29.1" VJ, 85.50 SPARQ.
Breakdown: His time in the 40 was below average, but hard to argue with his production from last year (102 catches for 1,552 yards and 23 TDs).

OL: Blaine Clausell, 6-6, 280, Mobile (Ala.) Baker
Results
: 5.60 40, 4.83 shuttle, 35' PB, 25.5" VJ, 67.17 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Big offensive tackle showed nice athletic ability with solid shuttle and vertical jump numbers

OL: Ryan Hollivay, 6-5, 374, Columbus (Miss.) New Hope
Results
: 6.29 40, 5.84 shuttle, 35'6" PB, 19.6" VJ, 69.12 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Big man posted second-best SPARQ. Rating for an OL.

OL: Chase Hughes, 6-2.5, 286, Springville (Ala.)
Results
: 5.27 40, 4.71 shuttle, 34'6" PB, 22.8" VJ, 68.97 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Showed good athletic ability and a very solid SPARQ rating.

OL: D'Antwone King, 6-3, 308, Calera (Ala.)
Results
: 5.55 40, 5.02 shuttle, 37' PB, 22.1" VJ, 69.27 SPARQ.
Breakdown: King was a second team all-state pick last fall by The Birmingham News. He likes 'Bama and Ole Miss.

OL: Dulan Nicholas, 6-4, 240, Mobile (Ala.) Faith Academy
Results
: 5.20 40, 4.68 shuttle, 33' PB, 22.9" VJ, 59.01 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Versatile lineman has a good frame.

ATH: Raheem Richard (Class of '11), 5-6, 150, Thibodaux (La.)
Results
: 4.55 40, 4.01 shuttle, 30' PB, 37.8" VJ, 99.63 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Not the biggest stature-wise, but will be a great complement to top prospect Trovon Reed at Thibodaux this fall.

ATH: Matthew Wells, 6-2, 198, Monticello (Miss.) Lawrence County
Results
: 4.55 40, 4.34 shuttle, 34'6" PB, 32.6" VJ, 96.48 SPARQ.
Breakdown: One of the Magnolia state's top prospects with early offers from Ole Miss and Mississippi State.
Defense
DL: Kaleb Eulls, 6-2.5, 239, Yazoo City (Miss.) Yazoo County
Results
: 4.84 40, 4.66 shuttle, 37' PB, 27.3" VJ, 81.45 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Well-put-together defensive end already holds offers from Mississippi State and Southern Miss.

DL: Marvin Martin, 6-2.5, 274, Saint Amant (La.)
Results
: 5.13 40, 5.14 shuttle, 36' PB, 25.8" VJ, 69.84 SPARQ.
Breakdown: D-tackle has good size and athleticism combo.

DL: Anthony Wilson, 6-3, 210, Homewood (Ala.)
Results
: 4.83 40, 4.54 shuttle, 43' PB, 30.2" VJ, 95.49 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Athletic prospect was one of the top sleepers to emerge at the event. He had nine sacks as a junior.

LB: Seth Ancar, 5-11.5, 195, Port Sulphur (La.) South Plaquemines
Results
: 4.69 40, 3.96 shuttle, 36'6" PB, 31.0" VJ, 106.23 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Ancar was the 1A Defensive Player of the Year in Louisiana last fall with 100 tackles and 20 sacks for state champ South Plaquemines

LB: Chase Garnham, 6-1.5, 194, Fairhope (Ala.)
Results
: 4.43 40, 4.42 shuttle, 36' PB, 36.6" VJ, 108.12 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Wiry athlete who had 102 tackles last fall as a safety but could be growing into an outside 'backer.

LB: Barry James, 6-1, 248, Mobile (Ala.) Williamson
Results
: 4.79 40, 4.40 shuttle, 36' PB, 28.5" VJ, 92.04 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Physical middle linebacker lists early offers from Auburn and Clemson. among others.

LB: Nigel Terrell, 6-0.5, 205, Pelham (Ala.)
Results
: 4.82 40, 4.41 shuttle, 44' PB, 33.6" VJ, 103.95 SPARQ.
Breakdown: A bundle of fast-twitch muscles and it showed with a stellar SPARQ rating.

DB: Nick Griffin, 5-11, 195, New Augusta (Miss.) Perry Central
Results
: 4.53 40, 4.41 shuttle, 33'6" PB, 34.0" VJ, 94.92 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Versatile talent who can play various positions already has offer from Southern Miss.

DB: Chris Hughes, 5-11.5, 200, Mobile (Ala.) Davidson
Results
: 4.37 40, 4.29 shuttle, 37'6" PB, 33.9" VJ, 114.84 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Breakout performer posted day's top 40 time and SPARQ. Rating.

DB: Jarrick Williams, 6-2, 195, Mobile (Ala.) Blount
Results
: 4.70 40, 4.42 shuttle, 50' PB, 29.5" VJ, 99.42 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Top prospect in attendance didn't disappoint with record-setting 50-foot power ball throw.

DB: Tay Wright, 6-0, 152, Smyrna (Ga.) Campbell
Results
: 4.41 40, 4.38 shuttle, 33' PB, 31.6" VJ, 89.16 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Dual-threat QB also who is also a talented DB.

ATH: Martaze Jackson, 6-1, 195, Demopolis (Ala.)
Results
: 4.70 40, 4.55 shuttle, 36'5" PB, 34.1" VJ, 89.40 SPARQ.
Breakdown: Versatile Jackson had nine sacks a year ago.
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Old 03-02-2009, 05:39 PM
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Prospects with most potential come from Class of 2011

Youth was the theme of the day at the first Nike Combine of the season; many of the potential Division I prospects who attended are in the Class of 2011.


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NEW ORLEANS -- Youth was the theme of the day at the first NIKE Combine of the season. Many of the potential Division I prospects at the Saints' practice facility on Saturday are in the Class of 2011, including free safety/wide receiver Renaldo Thomas (New Orleans/Saint Augustine), who has great upside in multiple sports.
The NIKE Combines feature warm-up drills for the prospects, testing in several areas, including the 40-yard dash, the pro agility shuttle, the vertical leap and a ball toss that measures strength. It also features some of the renowned and popular SPARQ training that Nike has developed.
Thomas measured in at 6-foot-3 and 190 pounds. He posted a strong 40-yard dash time of 4.53 seconds, had a 35-inch vertical and ran a 4.59 shuttle. Thomas is built like a receiver prospect, but right now his accomplishments are on the other side of the ball.
"I played free safety the whole year last year," he said. "I averaged between 12-15 tackles per game."
As good as Thomas is in football, that may not be his ticket to go far in athletics. He's also a pitcher with a 90 mph fastball and is a dominating presence on the mound.
One of his coaches who was in attendance said that he felt baseball would be Thomas' sport and that some of the players on the Saint Augustine baseball team felt it was a challenge catching him at times because he threw so hard.
While it is too early to talk about colleges, any time there is an outstanding prospect in either sport in the state of Louisiana, LSU is a big factor.
Two other sophomore prospects from Saint Augustine, center/deep snapper Glenn Haisley Jr. and wide receiver Lorenzo Doss, were also at the combine and have potential.
Class of 2011 lineman Gregory Robinson (Thibodeaux, La./Thibodeaux) has a great frame and excellent testing numbers for a big man. At 6-4 and 278 pounds, he ran the 40-yard dash in 5.2 seconds and the shuttle in 4.78. His vertical leap was 25 inches. During some of the warm-up drills, he also displayed good feet for a young player.
At this point, Robinson plays defensive end, but his long term projection is likely at defensive tackle or on the offensive line. With his physical potential, he is definitely one to keep an eye on in the coming years.
Linebacker Cqulin Hubert (Houston/Eisenhower) currently holds a scholarship offer from Kansas State. The 6-foot-1, 212-pounder plays outside linebacker and defensive end, and he says that Texas, Texas A&M and Oklahoma also have shown interest in him, but the Wildcats are his only offer. Hubert is a Class of 2010 prospect.
Class of 2010 offensive lineman Michael Sam (New Orleans/Warren Easton) says he's been getting letters from a number of programs, including Ole Miss, Duke and Notre Dame. Sam (6-2, 272 at the combine) ran a 5.92 in the 40-yard dash and posted a 5.1 shuttle. He did 32 reps in the ball drill used to test strength and posted a 19-inch vertical.
Sam said after the combine that his bench press max was 260 pounds and his squat max was up to 500. He was a second team All-District selection during his sophomore and junior seasons.
Class of 2010 defensive tackle Marvin Martin (Saint Amat, La./Saint Amat) could potentially start getting some Division I looks. At 6-2 and 265 pounds, he has the frame to add good weight. He ran a 5.1 in the 40 and moved well during drills.
TCU is among the Division I programs that have contacted Class of 2010 quarterback Terrence Prince (Metairie, La./Archbishop Rummel). The 6-4, 215-pounder posted a solid 4.7 in the 40 and ran a 4.53 in the pro shuttle. Prince is a good athlete who also plays basketball. Southern University and other FCS (formerly Division I-AA) schools have been showing interest, as well.
Class of 2010 quarterback Kalen Robinson (Reserve, La./East Saint John) did not test as well as he would have liked on Saturday, but he definitely is a prospect to keep an eye on. At 6-2 and 188 pounds, he had an excellent season, passing for 850 yards and 10 touchdowns (with only five interceptions) and rushing for 500 more in a run-oriented offense. Jeremy Griffin (Baker, La./Baker) played defensive end but projects as an H-back/linebacker in college; he says LSU has shown him some early attention. Baker, a Class of 2010 prospect, posted an excellent shuttle time of 4.3 seconds.
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Originally Published: March 1, 2009
Fast times are frequent in Orlando


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Sunny skies and nearly 1,200 prospects greeted the third stop of the 2009 Nike Football Combine tour Saturday in Orlando, Fla., at Disney's Wide World of Sports complex.
As with any event in Florida, the Orlando Nike Combine showcased the state's outstanding talent base. The event featured standouts from the 2010 class and some outstanding Class of 2011 performers who put themselves in the position to be national recruits at this time next year.
One such player was 5-foot-10, 163-pound wide receiver Dwayne McCalebb, who topped all of the participants with a 110.70 SPARQ rating. McCalebb, out of Fort Meade (Fla.), is the younger cousin of Onterrio McCalebb, who posted a 4.4 40 time at the 2007 Orlando Nike Combine and is now playing at Auburn University.
On Saturday, the rising junior started off his big day with a blazing 4.51 SPARQ-timed 40, then he complemented that with a 4.00 shuttle, which was unofficially the combine's top mark in that event. McCalebb is certainly a newcomer on the scene, but some early schools of interest for him include FSU, Florida, Georgia and Miami.
Another head-turner in Orlando came from a program that is a big player on the Florida high school football scene: Lakeland High. Ben McRoy, a top returner this fall for the Dreadnaughts who should once again be strong contenders for the 5A state title and a national ranking, clocked the day's top 40 time and the fastest SPARQ-timed 40 so far this year at 4.37. The 5-9, 160-pound cornerback also jumped 35 inches in the vertical and has the swagger and confidence that all successful corners need to play at the next level.
See below for the "Workout Warriors" from the Orlando Nike Combine:

Workout Warriors


40-yard dash
1. Ben McRoy (Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland), 4.37
Speedy corner posted year's fastest SPARQ-timed 40 to date and simultaneously launched himself as a big-time prospect.

2. Darius Millines (Delray Beach, Fla./American Heritage), 4.42
This dynamite wideout already has landed offers from Rutgers and FIU.

3. (tie) Alex McGriff (Deltona, Fla./Trinity Christian Academy), 4.43
The smaller scatback has been very productive the past two seasons.

3. (tie) Samuel McKinnon (Miami/Southridge), 4.43
The relatively unknown 6-0, 173-pound WR made the trip up from Dade County worthwhile.
Vertical jump
1. Joe Lofton (Fort Walton Beach, Fla./Fort Walton Beach), 39.9 inches
The impressive-looking free safety prospect (6-1, 166) also clocked a very solid 4.61 40.

2. Max Mellon (Kissimmee, Fla./Osceola), 39.2 inches
The 164-pound RB also stood out with 4.78 40 and 4.34 shuttle times.

3. (tie) Johnnie Tarver (Kissimmee, Fla./Osceola), 39.0 inches
Yet another explosive 'back out of Kissimmee-Osceola.

J.J. Keels (Melbourne, Fla./Florida Air Academy), 39.0 inches
He's a very good-looking RB prospect at 5-9, 176 pounds.
Shuttle run
1. Dwayne McCalebb (Fort Meade, Fla./Fort Meade), 4.00
McCalebb's emergence might have been the day's top story; the underclassman posted the event's best SPARQ rating at 110.70.

2. Richard Burrows (Palm Bay, Fla./Bayside), 4.01
Burrows is another underclassman who starred, finishing just behind McCalebb with a 109.71 rating.

3. Akeem Daniels (Kissimmee, Fla./Osceola), 4.11
The 5-6 DB is a bundle of fast-twitch; he finished big day with a 102.27 SPARQ rating.
Power ball throw
1. (tie) Kadeem Jones (Haines City, Fla./Haines City), 44 feet
This 246 pound LB/FB showed his strength in Orlando.

1. (tie) Hunter Joyer (Wesley Chapel, Fla./Wesley Chapel), 44 feet
Rising junior is already a physical specimen at 5-11, 237 pounds with a 103.23 SPARQ rating.

3. Tim Smith (Fort Pierce, Fla./Central), 43 feet, 6 inches
Athletic 6-foot, 179-pound QB threw the power ball well on Saturday and then showed well Sunday at the EA SPORTS Elite 11 regional.
Note: All results should be considered unofficial until full results are posted later in the week.
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A quick explanation of the events:


The SPARQ rating is a scoring system designed to measure football-specific athleticism by combining results in the four combine tests: 40-yard dash, 20-yard shuttle, vertical jump and power ball throw.

The 40-yard dash at Nike combines are timed using SPARQ digital timing. Not all players choose to test, and some have their marks scratched in individual events.
The shuttle run at the Nike combine is timed with stopwatches, and players must touch the lines with their hand. Not all players choose to test, and some have their marks scratched in individual events.
The vertical jump at the Nike combine is measured on jump pads in inches. Not all players choose to test, and some have their marks scratched in individual events.

The kneeling power ball throw is a test of upper-body and core strength and is measured in feet to the nearest half-foot. Not all players choose to test, and some have their marks scratched in individual events.
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